Though it is little more than 30 seconds of DC Go-Go percussion, Aphex Twin’s “0035 1-Audio” is something of a revelation. Or at least another display of Richard James’ unique sense of humor.
Christmas in Washington, D.C. just isn’t official until you hear Chuck Brown crooning “Merry Christmas Baby” over a classic go-go groove.
This Leftside Wobble edit of “Arcade Funk” is pretty hype; I like the way they flip the drums and then add that 303 squelch to the whole thing.
Recently, I’ve been spending a good bit of time with go-go guru Max Kidd. Mizax and the Flizaps “Test Me” is one example of a plethora of forgotten works that a younger Maxx chose to involve himself in, long before go-go was just a way to refer to a local night club.
I’m in D.C. mode today. M.V.P. Band’s “Feelin’ Free” is actually a demo that made some rounds years ago but by the way people respond when I pull it out, it’s evergreen as well as crankin’.
DJ D-Mac & Rusty B invite you to Dodge City for serious dance floor action featuring bangin’ ghetto funk, future go-go, and boogie.
Continuing the celebration of the life and music of Chuck Brown, Godfather of Go-Go
Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go, died today at 75.
A great night for a great couple, Tom and Lindsay’s wedding at Ceresville Mansion was a flawless event from start to finish.
This Friday at Dodge City!
D-Mac & Rusty B. drop all the bangin’ ghetto funk, hip-hop, go-go, indie & boogie you can handle!